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Donny Osmond Pays Touching Tribute to His 'Big Brother' Alan on His Birthday

Esther NJeri
Jun 23, 2021
11:40 P.M.
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Donny Osmond has a lot to celebrate, and he took to his Instagram to wish his big brother a happy birthday in a sweet photo of the two with an emotional caption.

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Donny Osmond heaped praises on his big brother Alan, saying he was a great leader and thanking him for his love, patience, and guidance. In the post, he says he has and will continue to be an inspiration to himself and others.

Donny is not only celebrating his big brother's birthday, but he has more reason to smile as his youngest son, Josh, made his wedding vows to his sweetheart, Summer Felsted.

Donny Osmond poses at "Dancing with the Stars" Season 27 at CBS Television City on October 2, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images

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The two lovebirds tied the knot on June 12 in the family backyard in an intimate ceremony attended only by family, what with the COVID-19 restrictions. Their original venue was canceled due to the pandemic.

Josh and his new bride had initially planned on getting married at the Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days, but then the outbreak happened. They, however, are satisfied with how the small ceremony turned out. Josh said:

"It made the whole day more personal and special. The wedding turned out more beautiful than we could have even imagined."

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Josh is the last of four siblings to tie the knot, and his dad Donny, 62, was excited to welcome his fifth daughter-in-law into the family. He said that he and his wife, Debbie, are happy that Felsted will marry their son and join their family.

They already have 4 daughters in law, who they say is a blessing and a great strength to the family. They continued to compliment the couple, saying that they complement each other well.

Their brother Alan, was all smiles as he joined them in the celebration.

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Donny and Marie, who we got to know in the 1976 series "Donny and Marie," have 7 more siblings, all raised by parents George and Olive Osmond. They include Jimmy, Jay, Wayne, Merill, Alan, Tom, and Virl Osmond.

The brothers have often gushed over their sister Marie, complimenting her for being a wonderful sister, mother, and grandmother and praising her for having to grow up with eight brothers. In honor of her 60th birthday, Alan said:

"She cares and loves others. She’s always giving to others before giving to herself. "

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2021 seems to be the year for Donny to celebrate many achievements, and he was once again honored alongside his sister Marie by the Las Vegas Walk of Stars.

Their brother, Alan, was all smiles as he joined them in the celebration, cheering them on from the crowd. Alan supported the duo from the sidelines as they received their own star.

Donny and Marie Osmond unveil their star from the Las Vegas Walk of Stars outside Flamingo Las Vegas on October 4, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada | Source: Getty Images

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Despite him being suffering from multiple sclerosis for the last number of years, Alan was having an awesome time celebrating his siblings from his motorized wheelchair,

Donny and Marie have always had an enviable bond, and she says they finish each other's sentences. She gushed about her relationship with her brother and said they've always been close, even when they were younger.

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